If you're looking for things to do in Cincinnati this weekend, you've come to the right place. Here is our breakdown of the top events going on this weekend, June 20 - June 23.
World Cup Village: US vs. Sweden
Don’t miss Cincinnati’s official gathering place to watch the US Women’s National Team defend their World Cup title – all happening at The Banks. Featuring family-friendly events, food, drink, music and activities.
When: Thursday, 2PM – 6PM
Where: The Banks, Cincinnati
Cost: Free admision
Brantley Gilbert with Michael Ray and Lindsay Ell
Brantley Gilbert’s Not Like Us Tour will make a stop in Cincinnati at Riverbend Music Center on Thursday, June 20! Joining him as support on the show will be Michael Ray and Lindsay Ell.
When: Thursday, 7PM
Where: Riverbend Music Center
Cost: $16.50 +
The Allman Betts Band
After a successful year touring as The Devon Allman Project with special guest Duane Betts, the sons of Gregg Allman and Dickey Betts are joining forces to form The Allman Betts Band.
When: Thursday, doors open at 7PM, show at 8PM
Where:The Taft Theatre, 317 East 5th St, Cincinnati
The Big Bounce America
The official Guinness World Record holder for World’s Biggest Bounce House! This huge inflatable includes live DJs playing the hottest tracks, climbing towers, basketball hoops, slides, ball pits, confetti blasts, bubbles (lots of bubbles!), crazy dancing and even crazier competitions. In addition to The World’s Biggest Bounce House, other inflatable attractions on-site will include The Giant, and airSPACE.
When: Friday through Sunday,
Where:Heroes Sports Park, 2175 Springdale Rd, Cincinnati
Cost: $13 +
Cincinnati Food Truck Association Food Fest
CFTA Food Truck Fest is a free family fun event, bringing food truck fans and followeres from all over the city and surrounding suburbs to indulge in some of the city’s most popular and iconic food trucks in the tri-state area.
When: Friday, 11AM-10PM
Where: Summit Park, 4335 Glendale Milford Rd, Blue Ash
Cost: Free admission
Sundance Film Festival Short Films Tour
With fiction, documentary, and animation from around the world, the 2019 program offers a taste of Festival programming – from sharply written comedy and drama, to an edgy genre piece, to relatable family sagas. The global reach of contemporary cinema is conveyed by filmmakers with roots in Canada, Estonia, Hong Kong, Qatar, Sierra Leone, Sweden, Tunisia and the USA. Indeed, program origin and content echoes the diversity seen in the entire short films field at this year’s festival. Of the seven films you will see at the Garfield, five are made by women and three by people of color.
When: Begins Friday, 7PM (multiple dates, running through 6/30/2019)
Where: The Garfield, 719 Race St. at Garfield Place, Downtown
Cost: $8 +
Cincinnati Pride Parade and Festival
Cincinnati celebrates diversity of all kinds as the Pride Parade takes over downtown and ends at Sawyer Point. After the parade, there will be a party at the point, with entertainment for all ages, including a family area.
When: Saturday, 11 a.m.
Where: Parade Route (click the link), Sawyer Point
The sound of the 70s and 80s comes alive as Foreigner takes the stage in Lawrenceburg. Don’t let yourself get “double vision,” and remember to avoid any “Head Games” with our “Inside Information.” [Sorry, we can’t resist puns.]
When: Saturday, 8 p.m.
Where: Lawrenceburg Event Center, Lawrenceburg, Ind.
Puddle of Mudd
Get your dose of early-2000s angst when Puddle of Mudd arrives at Riverbend this weekend. The Missouri-grown alt-rockers are capping off their “Mudd Fest” tour in the Queen City. You can also catch performances from: Saliva, Trapt, Saving Abel, and Tantric.
When: Sunday, 6 p.m.
Where: Riverfront Live, 4343 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati
If you're looking for even more things to do in Cincinnati this weekend, check out the calendar tab at the top of the page.